Study: Therapies cut mortality risk in heart failure patients

04/6/2011 | United Press International

A study in the journal Circulation found that heart failure patients who adhered to all guideline-recommended outpatient therapies for which they were qualified, including the use of cardiac resynchronization therapy and medications, were 38% less likely to die compared with those who did not have at least one of the therapies.

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